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Concert on Saturday 9th June

Chanter’s Jigge 5perform folk songs, ayres, jigs and jollies from around Europe. Music spans   the centuries and is sung and played on ancient, traditional and modern instruments. Audience participation encouraged, so expect to sing or tap along to songs, jigs and reels!!

Saturday 9thJune, 7.30pm, Christ Church,  Litton.

Tickets: adults £8.00, children £4.00, family ticket £20.00. Available from Litton Shop or phone 01298 871796.

Memorial Service for Tim Dudley of Peak Volumes

There will be a memorial service for Tim Dudley at 2.30pm on Saturday 12 May at Tideswell Parish Church, with light refreshments afterwards in the Institute. All are welcome. If you have a favourite photo of Tim, or you would like to help out at all, please get in touch with Suzanne on 01298 872962 or




Pentecost Party

Litton Churches invite you to a Pentecost Birthday of the Church party from 1pm on Sunday May 20th at Litton Village Hall: lots of fun and games concluding with the Open Air Service at 4pm. Drop in any time and join in!



Join the third stage of our Parish Walk on Sunday 13th May

The annual rogationtide parish walk will take place on Sunday May 13th, taking in part of the northern boundary overlooking Hope Valley. Full details available from the Font at St. John’s in May or contact Paul Black, Peter Robinson, or Simon. Paul says, “It won’t be as long as last year!” but we’ll begin around 12 noon, rendezvous to be announced; lifts to the beginning and from the end of the walk will be available, and all are warmly invited to Tea, Cake & Hymns at Cressbrook Church at 3pm to round off the event.




‘Taste and See’ Cafe Church returns on 3rd June

IMG_6740Cafe church meets in the Church Institute behind the church, with a slow start around 9.30am leading up to a short presentation around 9.50am. Activities for all ages with excellent coffee, great baking and good company, as we think about stories from the life of Jesus. This month we’ll be thinking about what Jesus said to the crowds who gathered to hear him, and still thinking about fish….